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    Default Enclosure size for MM1040's

    I know the recomended box size for this sub is .66 sealed. The box I plan on purchasing houses two 10" subs and has 1.98 cubic feet of air space. Will this large enclosure pose a problem? If so I guess I can reduce the air space volume in the box, but if it isn't necessary I'll leave the box at 1.98 cu feet. Thanks.

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    Thats a little big actually. Id stick to the Polk specs as close as possible and try to get a box in the 1.3 ft3 range.
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